aah haa

  User-1159794 10:52 15 Jul 2007

Whilst traveling the Borders of Scotland most days I pass many farm shops and pick your own farms.
Lately I have noticed the latter advertising Tayberries.
Not having the guts to show my ignorance,at 53 surely I should have come across these berries before,I decided to look to the internet for enlightenment.Having just spotted an advert for a farm shop selling Tayberries in the local paper,I Googled.
This is they.
click here

I am now passing on this information as you never know,the question,what are Tayberries might come up in a pub quiz.LOL.

  WhiteTruckMan 10:57 15 Jul 2007

(which in case you didnt know is actualy aah haa spelt backwards!)

Pass the hot buttered toast please!


  Stuartli 12:57 15 Jul 2007

An example of a palindrome in fact.

  WhiteTruckMan 13:12 15 Jul 2007

Like Bolton


  IClaudio 15:32 15 Jul 2007

I grow Tayberries on my allotment (down in the soft South, near London), so I would score well in that pub Quiz!

Bolton? A palindrome? Do not lob that into the discussion, WTM ;)

  Stuartli 15:40 15 Jul 2007

Here's some palindrome examples (but from a wider area than Bolton(??)):

click here

  WhiteTruckMan 16:43 15 Jul 2007

Where dead parrots come from. Alledgedly.


  QuizMan 17:31 15 Jul 2007

If you're into palindromes and Bob Dylan, this is for you. click here

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